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The 2020 edition of CompTIA’s annual ChannelCon conference kicked off today with discussions about the tech industry as it is today, will be soon, and should be beyond that.
Presented online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic and amid a national dialogue about racial equity following the killing of George Floyd in May, this morning’s panel sessions covered an especially urgent, timely set of topics: what channel pros must do to turn today’s recession into a springboard for future growth, how to keep your sales pipeline full, and what everyone in IT can do to build a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive industry. Here’s a look at highlights from some of those conversations.
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